At least three migrants have died this week as they traversed perilous waters and dangerous railways to Britain from France.
At least 11 people died and around 98 others were injured when the Cairo-Mansura passenger train went off the tracks in the city of Qalyubia, officials say.
Taiwan express train with almost 500 aboard derails after hitting a truck, killing at least 51 passengers and injuring 146 others, officials say.
At least 32 people were killed and more than 160 injured in the crash. Video footage shows several carriages overturned at the site in southern province of Sohag, some 460 km south of the capital Cairo.
A research operation was underway after 2 trains carrying goods collided in Turkey's Malatya province.
The workers fell asleep on the tracks of the train. They were walking back to their home village after the steel company they were working for, laid them off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The passenger train was heading towards the capital Copenhagen when a tarpaulin on a freight train hit it as it was going in the opposite direction, prompting it to brake suddenly, media reports say. Police said 16 people were injured.
Local media said a crowd in Amritsar failed to hear the sound of the approaching train as it was drowned out by the noise of fireworks being set off for a Hindu festival.
Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag revised the death toll and said the search and rescue operation was over. The train that derailed on Sunday was carrying 362 passengers and six crew. An investigation into the incident is underway.
Pakistan's Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique points at negligence as a possible cause for the fatal collision between two trains, which were carrying around 1,000 passengers.
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